Did you know that the Covid vaccine injured aren't entitled to the usual poor recourse for damage?
1st, pay attention to this woman's story: Metro healthcare worker describes severe allergic reaction to COVID-19 vaccine
One from December/20. In Kansas. Moderna's vaccine.- Which had been implicated by the CDC, in it's last report as having been tied to anaphylaxis in only one incident- It appears the CDC was hiding or omitting data?"The Cass County healthcare worker got the Moderna shot in late December, blacked out and ended up on a ventilator. What happened to her is a cautionary tale, with important information everyone should know.“I looked at my arm, and I was like, ‘Oh my goodness.’ It’s red. So I kind of flagged one of the nurses down,” Littlejohn said.
Littlejohn remembers walking to the ER, then seeing a swarm of doctors and nurses. She got a few EpiPen injections, then IVs.“It was getting worse and worse. My face swelled up. My lips swelled up,” she said.Everything went black.
She woke up more than 30 hours later hooked to a ventilator in unfamiliar surroundings. Littlejohn had been taken to Research Medical Center, where she remained for three days.
She awoke 30 hours later, in unfamiliar surroundings on a ventilator. Remaining hospitalized for three more days..“They definitely consider it an anaphylactic reaction. Anaphylactic shock is what it was,” Littlejohn said.The emergency authoriziation is a gift for big pharma that keeps on giving- read below"Littlejohn’s working with a major national firm, specializing in vaccine injury cases.
Right now, the COVID-19 vaccine under its emergency use is not eligible for standard vaccine injury relief through the courts.
Instead, your only option if you get sick or even die from the vaccine is to file under what’s called “countermeasures.” It also reduces the time you have to make a claim, from three years with other vaccines, to one year.
“You’re not going to have an attorney representing you. You’re just going to fill out a form. They’re going to look at your medical records, not a judge, just some administrator, and if they don’t think your injury was caused by the vaccine, that’s the end. There’s no appeal or any way to bring expert witnesses, which is what we’d do in regular vaccine court,” said Anne Toale, an attorney with Maglio, Christopher and Toale.
Toale and others who specialize in vaccine injury are now fighting to change that. But it’s not a simple process. It will require layers of federal changes."
2nd- Doctor Offers Reassurance After 6 COVID-19 Vaccine Allergic Reactions in One Vaccine Station
6 Reactions in One Vaccine Station- San Diego- County Officials Forced to Shut Down
“I couldn’t feel my tongue” “Someone else had come in a gurney”
Questions surrounding the coronavirus vaccine and allergic reactions heightened this week after the county reported allergic reactions had been detected in six Moderna vaccine recipients on Wednesday at the new vaccination superstation downtown.
“I couldn't feel my tongue and so I told them 'I can't feel my tongue and my neck hurts' and they immediately got some Benadryl,” said Diana Canizzo, a San Diego Health Care Worker. “They gave me 50ml of Benadryl and then they started monitoring me even closer. In the meantime, somebody else had come in a gurney."
County officials were forced to temporarily shut down and investigate. While allergic reactions are expected in mass vaccination operations, the county says the amount seen yesterday was higher than what they anticipated.
“I would just prefer to not do that again," Canizzo said.
In San Diego and across the U.S. researchers are still investigating the cause of these allergic reactions. While they don't have an answer yet, Welch says a link has been found with one common ingredient.
“It’s is called PEG,” Welch said. “It’s an uncommon allergy, but it does occur out there."
Polyethylene Glycol, or PEG for short, is a preservative used to help protect the vaccine. It is found in processed foods, cosmetics, and other medications. Miralax is one of those medications that use it.I've previously covered the PEG connection- And if the connection is there. Claims that only a few people are allergic to this are bizarre beyond belief. It's in fact completely unknown how many people might be allergic to this chemical compound.
Both the Pfizer and the Moderna vaccine have PEG in them. So if you know you're allergic to it, Welch says you should talk to your doctor first.
PEGs were long thought to be biologically inert, but a growing body of evidence suggests they are not. As much as 72% of people have at least some antibodies against PEGs, according to a 2016 study led by Samuel Lai, a pharmaco-engineer at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presumably as a result of exposure to cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. About 7% have a level that may be high enough to predispose them to anaphylactic reactions, he found. Other studies have also found antibodies against PEG, but at lower levels.
If the PEG nanoparticles are the problem and as much as 72 percent of the population has at least some antibodies against PEG's with at least 7 % of the populace having antibody levels high enough to predispose them to anaphylactic reactions you've got troubles with these vaccines. Big troubles. If it's only 7 percent that's bad enough? If the number is higher then 7% you've got an even bigger problem. My opinion hasn’t changed- Stay far away from this injection. Unless your masochistic. Because you have no real idea where you fall in the 72 percent of the population that have antibodies to PEG's. It's a big unknown.
I'd saved this previously- Now is a good time to post it
“Huyer said that all of the 21 “significant” adverse effects reported in Ontario so far were “easily managed.”Easily managed? Does that mean the patients survived the vaccination- Are they damaged? Permanently or temporarily? Paralyzed? "Easily managed" is a pretty vague statement. It's intended to be reassuring, but, it's not.
Williams and Huyer didn’t say how many of the 21 events could be attributed to either of the two COVID-19 vaccines that have been approved so far: Pfizer and Moderna.
"According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, through Dec. 29, 250,000 vaccines were administered in Texas. During that same time frame, 287 events were reported to VAERS in Texas.
Eleven of the events were classified as serious. This included the death of an 84-year old woman and another person who reported they were permanently disabled. The rest of the serious cases reported spent four days or less in the hospital.
That means 0.004% of the vaccines administered in Texas in 2020 resulted in a serious event reported to the CDC.
The CDC further investigates whether these serious reactions are tied to the vaccine.
In some cases nationwide, patients experienced anaphylactic reactions.
Comparing widespread vaccinations to trials
“It was not seen in our trial and I don’t think even in the Pfizer trial,” said Dr. Hana El Sahly, of the Baylor College of Medicine. El Sahly is the national co-chair of protocol for the Moderna vaccine.
“We are surprised because it exceeds by a little what we see with other vaccines,” said El Sahly.
El Sahly- From Moderna- Who states these levels of reactions were not seen in the trials... Cherry picked data undoubtedly contributed to this being conveniently unforeseen No wonder he is surprised... And the covid vaccine reactions exceed by more then a little bit.